Dean Bruce has been appointed managing director of Business Daily Group’s railbusinessdaily.com.
The Group will deliver its wide range of business support to help ambitious organisations working across a multitude of sectors to achieve their business objectives from the new premises.
BDG Chief Executive David McLoughlin said: “Our new national HQ is a sign of our growth and ambition. Wakefield is a key location for a business as it is one of the UK’s most accessible cities and nationally links us east to west and north to south.
“Our new business centre will be a hub for our group activities across business development and investment, online and offline marketing, recruitment services and media and publishing. We look forward to providing expert advice and enhancing the profile of the businesses that we work with from our new HQ.
Calder Park is located off J39 of the M1 motorway. Calder Park is home to a wide range of successful organisations and some of the biggest household names.
Wakefield is situated two miles to the north east, with regular public transport links to the Business Park from the town centre. Wakefield also has the benefit of two train stations, with direct lines to Leeds, Sheffield and London King’s Cross within 2h13m. It is also on the west-European economic corridor which connects Wakefield to the continent by air and sea.
Business Daily Group will join a flourishing business community that is a mix of large corporates and SMEs.
David McLoughlin added: “Wakefield is located roughly equidistant to Land’s End and John O’Groats, placing Business Daily Group at the heart of the UK. We’re excited to be located at Calder Park, which is an excellent location to do business.”
Business Daily Group new HQ is at 15 Mariner Court, Calder Park, Wakefield, WF4 3FL. The new HQ is set in 240 acres, including a 40 acre nature reserve. B Business Daily Group HQ is complemented by a London office and teams in India and Australia – giving 24-hour a day coverage, seven days a week.
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